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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 20 October 1871

FREMONT WEEKLY JOURNAL rt'BLISHXD EVEKY FRIDAY, ',- BY A. II- BALSLEY- TERMS OF TEE JOURNAL: Uae yeex, in advance, . - -Six months, - Three nuuithi, . -. . - 2,00 1,00 . 60 tTI&T TaSIIII OF JOB- iKITI3STG .NtATtY ANO QUICKLY DONE. s: Easiness Directory. J. It. IBIOIQX. 7 . h; , " A. B. IREXCH. LEililON & FRENCH, ATroavurs at law axd general AibN" j B, CLVilE, OHIO. Mr. Lemnaun wiii be in hu ortne at Fremont, on Thursday of h week. Prompt attention given to ali letfal bunuess. ' J. T. GARVER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offer hi prunasiooal services to au retiuinnir ieyal businese lione in any- of the Courts ot banutway County will alo a-.tead to thecolieoaon ot claims. uinee in Ayiers mc., vju .. .... HIBAM W. WIX9L0W. JOSEPH B. BAETLETT. wrVSLOW A BARTLETT i TTOUHITV? AT LAW, White Block, corner ion given toabs eollecuon of chums aou all tmai len pertaining to the general law practice. Fremont, August 15, lb70. J. L GSEESE, Sss. ; 4 TTORNEY AXD COUXSELLOK AT LAW, - will...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 20 October 1871

THE FAIR OVER! GREAT -SUCCESS! PREMIUMS AWARDED . " TO THE : LARGE AND FOFULAR DP.Y GOODS STORE OF TOr. A. RICE & BROS., FREMONT, OHIO. A CXEATS SWEEP! Premiums awarded to the large Dry Goods Store of "W. A. Rice & Bros.: . . For tlie best French and English Merinos.' For the best lot of English Satins. For the the best display of Irish Poplins. ""VST. A. Rice fc Bros., Fremont, took the first premium for the best Alpaca, which are recommended by the best of Judges. These Alpacas resemble Silk and will not grow rus ty when worn. ' W. A. Rice and Bros, took the premium for the largest ' stock and best quality of Shawls, ai the lowest price. W. A. Rice t Bros,, Fremont, took the Drat premium' for the bet quality of Furs. . W. A. Rice & Bros, took the first nremium for keeuins? the largest of Furs, and for selling them cheaper than any other store in tue city. W. AfRice & Bros, took the first premium for the one yard Brown and Bleached Muslin, at one shilling per yard. ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 20 October 1871

THE JOURr.iL. FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, October 22 1871. Town axd Coot Hatters. Readables. Clyd la to hve hone foir.. Kovcs majority in Wood Bounty i 7'i. FiJiin down the Sandusky good ThU is a good teato for tilings to happen in. A tank b ben diucu m a-erryoDurg, The Tost offre t Be!lvu has been rwnod- A destructive tire raged near Xapcleoo last week Sparking should net be allowed during tba dry louon. ' Our street were never in a good condition u at preeent. - J. Frost, Eq., has not uccoedeu in catching H the ague. The earth was treated to just a tip of water U Saturday. An excellent job of plastering is being done rre new church. - -ftmgor ol the Napoleon Signal has been wrestling with the ague. "Dirty faced urchin admonish u that the " nutting eason i at it hight vJChe Slelhodist Episcopal Church at Kaweon jras dedicated on Sunday last. J. H, Sherwood has purchnsed a half inter ait in the Wauseon Rep'Mican. Badolph Boose a well known citiisen of Li ma died on Saturday ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 20 October 1871

THE JOURNAL. NEWS ITEMS. On Thursday the firet wgmen ptor of t Unitarian church in the United States wnt rdai.ed in Brooklyn. , Tie women a Mrs. Calia BurlfcigU, and there are few pastors now preaching Who bring to their office better ' qualities of head nd heart tiian she. The Army of the Cumberland will hold its fifth anniversary re-union, on the 15th and lGth of XoTcmber. Gen. H. H. Barnum, of New York, will deliver the annual address on the evening of the 15th. The following even ing will be devoted to a banquet occasion. The second floor of a warehouse at Rich mond, Delaware county, Ohio, gave way a few -Uy atuoe, and tape quantity ef vbewt and otfs was woll mixed together. A Lorse, which was cn the first floor, was terribly crushed. A number of workmen had left the lower floor but a few minutes before the fall. John C. Dunn, postmaster of Tittsburgli, under the Buchanan administration, died on the 5th inst. Mr. Dunn made bis debut as s writer for the prees, as early as l&i...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 27 October 1871

FAEKOXT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY, BY A. II. BALSLEY Collections for Advertising and Job Work made Quarterly . TEK1I3 OF THE JOUBX AL: One year, in advance, -8 x months, Taree months, - 2,00 1,00 60 VARIETY JOB PRINTING NEATLY AND QUICKLY DONE. Business Directory. Business Directory. LEGAL. J. Jt. LKHaiON. A. B. FBEXCK. LEVMOS & FREXCH, TTORNEYS AT LAW AND GENERAL Mr. Lmmia will oe in nis ouue ai. r leuavuv, XnursaAy ol earn wee, iw-wpv to ail iegril business. " ' ' J. T. GAKVEH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohia, offers his professional servicesto ail rixjuirinir lernl business doae in any of the Court, of SaadusTcy Countv Till also attend to tne collection of claim. Oifaoe in lyler'a Uiock, on Croghan street. B1EAM W. WINSLOW. JOSEPH R. BABTLETT. . WES'SLOW & BAETLETT, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, White's Block, corner of Front and (Jrotflwu strwts. I'rompt atten tion given to the collection of el-aims and all busi Bs pertaining to the irerx'ral la w .practice. Fremont, Augt...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 27 October 1871

THE FAIR OVER! GREAT SUCCESS! PREMIUMS AWARDED TO THE LARGE AND POPULAR DRY GOODS STORE OF WM. A. RICE & BROS., FREMONT, OHIO. FREMONT, OHIO. A CLEAN SWEEP! Prcminms awarded to the large Dry Goods Store of W. A. Rice & Bros.: For tie best French and English Merinos. For the best lot of English Satins. For the the best display of Irish Poplins. W. A. Rice & Bros., Fremont, took the rsi premium for the best Alpaca, ifUich are recommended by the best of Judges. These Alpacas resemble SUk and will not grow rus vy when worn. TV. A. Rice and Bros, took the premium for the largest stock and best quality of Shawls, at the lowest price. i TV. A. Rice & Bros., Fremont, took the first premium for the best quality of Furs. W. A. Rice & Bros, took the first nrptnium for keeping the largest Furs, and for selling them cheaper than any other store in uie cuj . tr a p;p. fc Bros, took the first premium for the ore yard Brown ar Uleacncu iiiusiin, ai one ouiumg yard. nr a T:ne- &a...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 27 October 1871

THE JOURNAL. THE JOURNAL. FREMONT SANDUSKY CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, October 27, 1871. FRIDAY, October 27, 1871. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Readables. It beat alL Evenings are lengthy. Piatt Brush u Building. Insurance men are busy If you doa't know, guess. Kenton needs a new jail. more circosc this yer.' ' Sorghum maker are busy. Winter apples are coining in. . Sunday wsu a delightful day. True courage is cool and calm. Kenton had a horse fair last week. Horse buyers are steady and quiet The barefoot season is about orer. They are diminishing in number. . Political matters are quiet just now. Medicine humbugs abound in Tiffin. Our hotels are doing a good business. The Medina county fair netted $1200. Counter attractions handsome clerks. Gid Stewart has retired from public life. Our plant has gone into winter quarters. The Teteran fisherman is a prime fighter. Tbe social club is to be reorganised soon. Cisterns and wells have fallen into disuse. A crying sin taking babies to a concert. The l...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 27 October 1871

The best place to buy Dkcgb and DteStcffs, School Books, Wall Pi. v tii1 Colors, White Lead and Oil, AVixdow Glass and Lauts, is at the Drug Store of Thomas, Ghcnd & Lang, in Bcck lakd's New Block. Thomas Geuxd& LANG.have con stantly ou hand everything in the line of Dtk Stuffs, such as Ikdigo, Ext. Logwood, Cofekas, Nic Wood, Fustic, CroBEAR, Cochineal, Bi CnnosLATE andrBCSSUTE of Potash, Madder, Greex, Red, Blue, Yellow and Ptrfle Analikb, all of whi;h .they guarantee to be pure and gen uine, and at the lowest prices. The large number of explosions constantly occurring from the use of the, bo called, non-explosive burning fluid, should warn all per sons never to buy anything but the best of Standard Coal Oils, winch can alwars be found at the Drug Store of Thomas, Grcxd & Lakg. The recent and sudden changes in the weather have given many per sons seve're colds and bad sore throat3. To all those bo afflicted we would recommend Camp's Cough Cure, one of the Dicest, most ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 3 November 1871

FttEIIONT WEEKLY JOURNAL f'CBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, BY A. II. BALSLEY. j) . 111?: rus.ng lniicb "o:k wit Qairtsrly TEU5IS OF THE JOTONAL: One year, in advance, -S .x months, Toree mouths, - - J2.00 1,00 60 EVERY VaKIBTT Ot JOB !KIlSrTING ..NEATLY AND CU1CKLY DONE. Business Directory. J. K. LEMJtOS. , JL.B. FBESCH. ' - LEMMON FRENCH, VT TOP. VETS AT LAW AND GENEBAL AOESTS, CLYDE, OHIO. ' " itr. Lemmon wilt be in his otiije t Fremont, on Thursiir of each week. Ftoupt attention rTn to all leiral business. ' 7 J. T. GARVEB, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers his professional services to all req uiring legal business done in any of the Court, of bandusky County, w-.li aio attend to the collection of claims. Othcem Tjier's Block, on Croghan street. BISAK W. WLS3L0W. JOSEPH B. BABTXETT. WIN3LOW & BARTLETT, a TTOBNETS AT LAW, White's Block, corner A of Front and Croffhn streets. Prompt atten tion iriven to the collection of claims and all busi ness pertaining to the gen-ral law practi...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 3 November 1871

ccirr-"T THE FAIR OVER! ' GREAT SUCCESS! j PHEMHS8 AWARDED TO THE LARGB AXI POPULAR GCODS STOr vv OF JTZr. A. RICE & BROS., FREMONT, OHIO. ACLSAK SWEEP! Premiums awarded to the large Dry Goods Store of "W. A. Bice & Bros.: For the best French and English -Ivli-nnos. For the beet lot of English Sntins. For the the best display of Irish Poplins. W. A. Rice fe Bros., Fremont, took the first premium for the best Alpaca, which are recommended by the best of Judges. These Alpacas rerrtiuuile Silk Hud will notgrow rus ty when worn. W. A. Rice and Bros, took premium for the largest stock the and U--.1 quality of Shawls, ai the lowest' price. W. A. Rice fc Bros., Siemont, he best took the first ureuiium l'o quality of Furs. TV. A. Rice & Bros, took the first premium tor keeping the largest of Furs, and for selling them cheaper than any other store in the city. W. A. Rice & Bros, took the first premium for the one yard Brown and Uieached Muslin, at one shilling pi'i yard. YT. ...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 3 November 1871

THE JQURjT L, t-SEMONT SANDOSK7 CO.. OHIO. FRIDAY, November 3. 1871. Tow.v p Couxty Hatters. Thursday Evening, Nov. 16th, 1871, J.ITM PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, t ' By Ladi" of tbe (UCRCU AID SOCIETY. The wbola community of Fremont are invitod to attend. The receipts go to a good causa, and at the same time a social time may be enjoyed by our citizen! , who aro becom ing too much like strangers to each other. Come, Fremontera, let na have a little more liability and good will. Readables. Farmers are h asking corn. The pop corn season is here. Court convened last Monday. News in Monroe "rills is scarce. Justice Street is being graded. Dr. Warring has located at Clyde. Tiffin wants an opera house. What for? A German paper is to be started in Tiffin. - f. F. Elderkin has hunj out a handsome sign. Fred Fabing is getting ready to build a new house. The divorce business in Chicago been re sumed. Side walk3i Clyde are in a dengerous con dition. Tuesday was the pleasantest day this fall It raited...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 3 November 1871

The best place to buy PBCG.t"? n c..t,o crrT Hooks, Paper, Paints and Colors, W ITE : T ' fiLASS and mD aaa uil, h.-."" - Lamps, is at the Thomas, Gro-d & Lakg, In Buck- land's Kfw Block. Thojias GrcsdcSs Lano have con stantly on hand everything m ttie line of Dte Stuffs, such as Ixdigo, Ext. Logwood, Copkus, Iic Wood, Fustic, Ctdbeak, Cochineal, Bi Cobomate and Pbcssiate of Potash, ILaddeb, Green, Red, Blue, 1 kllow and Purple Analine. all xf wluJi they guarantee to bo pure and gen uine, and at the lowest prices. tv lonro nnmVipr of PTnlosiocs A . ' PI 1 constantly occurring from the orp or the, so caiia, non-?ip5i fcnrninor finid. should warn all per sons never to buy anything but the best of Standard Coal Oils, which rjin nlwavs be found at the Drug Store of Thomas, Grund & Lang. The recent and sudden chaD iges in the weather have given many nd bad per eore DUU9 DV t VH w"-' throats. To all those so afflicted we would recommend Camp's Cough Cure, one of the Dicest, mobt e...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 10 November 1871

t FREBI3NT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY, BY A. II. BALSLEY. Cijclijiiiwrtiaiigijl Job fork mis Qaarlerfj TEEMS OF THE OTJBXAL: Uae year, in advance, -Six months, - 12,00 1,00 60 Taree moi thj, s vkrt TKrr OF JOB PBINTING MEATUY AND QUICKLY OONt. Easiness Directory. J. X. LElUtOX. A. B. r&KXCH. LEitMON 4 FREXCH, 4TT0RSBV3 AT LAW AND GENEBAL AlifcNTS, CLVDE.OHIO. r. Lemnon wilt be m his offij at Fremont, on Thursday ot each week. Proapt attention given to all legal business. 1 J. T. GARYER, A TTOBNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers J bjs proteasional services to ail requiring legal business done in any of the Court of sandusk y County; will also attend to the collection o( claims. Omoe in Tyler's block, on Croghan street. HIRAM W. WTKSLOW. JOSEPH ft. BAJWLETT. WIXSLOW & BARTXETT, ATroBNfcYS AT LAW, White's Block, corner of Front and Croghan streets. Prompt atten tion given to tne collocuoa uf claims and all busi aewi pertaining to tne general law practioe. s'reinont, Au...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 10 November 1871

THE FAIR OVER! GREAT SUCCESS! PREMIUMS AWARDED TO THE . LARGE AXD POPULAR ' BUY GCODS STORE OF WIf. A. BICE & BROS., FREMONT, OHIO. SWEEP! Premiums awarded to the large Dry Goods btore of tv . A. Kice fc Bros. : For the best French and English Merinos. For the best lot of English Satins. For the the best display of Irish Poplins. YT. A. Kice fc Bros., Fremont, took the first premium for the best Alpaca, which are recommended by the best of Judges. These Alpacas resemble Silk and will not grow rus ty when worn. W. A. Eice and Bros, took the premium for the largest stock and best quality of Shawls, at the lowest price. W. A. Eice fc Bros., Fremont, took the first premium for the best quality of Furs. . W. A. Kice & Bros, took the first premium for keeping the largest of Furs, and for selling them cheaper than any other store in tne city. "W. A. Rice te Bros, took the first premium for the one yard Brown and Bleached-Muslin, at one shilling per yard. "W. A. Rice & Bros, too...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 10 November 1871

THE JOURNAL. I' ilMOWT BAKDilsKy CO., OHIO. FRIDAY, November 3. 1S71. THE JOURNAL. TOWN AND COUNTY MATTERS. Readables. Got redy for winter. Genoa wants a new depot. Genoa ii growing ambitioce- Forever float that standard sheet, f ThuJtsgiving turkeys will soon bo ripe. vv . new watch aud oliain. rin. didn't see Alexis in New York rnmir weddincs, in church, art the latest The embroidered sack ia now the rago with ladies. Then were at least teTeral men druuk, .last Sunday. Small pox is pre railiug In many sections of Com odor Ashbnry's vaoht Lironia, sailed on Monday. . The beautiful weather of October ia abiding with November. The Tiffin Star ia publishing a biography Bon. Abel Bawcon. of Dr. Ii. E. Bowton ha returned with . hii family to this city. The Findlay Courier publishes notices niMoectira weddincs. of A young lady recently betrothed says C. . o. D. means Call on Dad. A new breed of roosters is kept in this city. They crow all night. Tbe.editor of the Keuton Republican mor al...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 10 November 1871

The best place to buy Dkcgs and Dte Stuffs, Schooi. Books, Wali Lead and On, TTikdovT Glass and Lamps, is at the Druo Stoke or Thomas, Grund & Lang, In Buck iand's Ne.v Block. Thomas Gkcnd & Lako have con stantly on hand everything u l tae line of Dte Stuffs, such Ext. Logwood, Copbu , 1io Wood Feme, Otdbeab, Cochinea!. Bi Chkohatb and Prussia te of Potash, SS Gbebt, Ito, Blue, Yellow andSLsANALiNE, all of whidi they guarantee to be pure and gen uine, and at the lowest prices. tu nninhpr of exDiosions 1UC ill-.- constantly occurring from the use of the, so called, non-explosive burning fluid, should warn all per- - Knir amrt.hincr nut the best of Standard Coal Oils, which can -always be found at the Dbug Stoke of Thomas, Grund & Lang. The recent and 6udden changes in the weather Have given many per sona KPrprA colds and bad sore throats. To all those so afflicted we would recommend Camp's Cough Cube, one of the nicest, most effi cient, and pleasant remedies there is in t...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 17 November 1871

FR.',:ONT WEEKLY JOURNAL PUBLISHED EVEKY FRIDAY, BY A H I3ALSLEY. Ckli!i:a:iirli7jrtis:tg ml Job ffsrk made Qmrler!; TE31IS OF THE JOTJBNAL: Om year, In advance, .... SotmonUn, - . Thru month, .... 2,00 60 - KVBRT VARIITT OT JOB RIJSTTXJSTG NEATLY AND QUICKLY OONl. Business Directory. . JC LKlCKOff. ' A. B. TEEKCH. LEHJION & FBENCH, i TroR5Era at law and general i. AGENTS, CLVDE.OKIO. i. Lem'noo wilt b in hu ulti at Fremont, on Thursday of each week. Pro-upt attsauoa fives to til business. 7 J. T. GABVEB, TTORNEY AT LAW, Fremont, Ohio, offers A. hi professional services to all roquirinsr legal business done in of the courts of sandusky County; will aio attend to theooUeouon of maims. Onto in Trier's Block, on Croghan street. BlkAat W. JOSEPH K. BABTLETT. WINSLOW t BABTLETT, ATTORN KY8 AT LAW, White's Block, corner of Front and Ciwhan streets. Prompt atten tion given to tae collection of claims and all buei im pertaining to tne general lav practice. Fremont, August IS, la; 11. J....

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 17 November 1871

JVZZ. A, JZICU & BROS. 'GREAT SALE OF DRY GOODS WILL COMMENCE ON AND AFTER Monday, Xov. 20tTi, 1871. THE JOURNAL. ' A. H. BALSLEY, Editor. t FHEMONT, OHIO. FRIDAY. KoTember 17,1871. The Army of the Cumberland held its re-union at Detroit, on Wednes day and Thursday of the present week. Gen. Franz Sigel has resigned the position of collector of internal revenue, for the Ninth District, New York. '. " Hamilton County is making an effort to obtain the location of the State Fair on the Fair Grounds of that county. Hon. Caleb Ccshing has resigned his position as United States Consul before the American and Spanish Claims Commission. Eeterdt Johnson has been re tained to defend the Ku Klux to be tried in South Carolina before the United States District Court, this month. Foktt-two Ku-KIux were arres ted in York county, S. C, up to the Gtb, and 300 more are said to have confessed membership in the organ ization. Anew company to furnish the rolling stock for the Atlantic and Great Weste...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 17 November 1871

THE JO URN M. I flEMONT aANDUSKJ CO., OHIO. -FRIDAY, November 17 1871. f()WVI)"00UXTY UATTEHS. Readables. Beware of dog. "Got oft from my brirlg. - on Monday moruing. - -, Be careful oi your finr- - - - yLotk your doors at night Pareuts Tieit your schools. A hard winter s predicted. .. . " ""Apis still linger in the sir COounoilman in Tiffin qaarrsL 'Cistern h&Te been replenished. Thi dancing Mason has arrived. ' JBoys beware of dangerous plaoea. Place do confidence in stragglers. Tretty little girls dont chew gum. ""The straw hat season is about over. Turkies are tuning their last gobble. Coat sleeves are good tor sore throat. jA Jew obstinate flies still linger about jfVan acknowledges bis ability to bray. X)ttawa County boasts ot a f 3000 barn. Did any body see ths meteoric shower? - TJenvoa is arranging for a course of lectures. MJourt adjourned on Saturday, for 'two weeks. jJCoid noses are perfectly proper these mora, gpt. y.Bru&stone Corner is a played out institu tion...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Fremont weekly journal. — 17 November 1871

Th best pUc to buy Dcea and JJTI inm SCHOOL JJwa-s, a.... Papeb, Paixm nd Colors Whit Lead and Oil, Wikdow Glass and Laws, is t the Drco Store of Thokas, Ghckd Lao, In Buck lakd'8 Hz Bioc Thomas Gbtod& Lako have con stantly on hand everything in the line of Dtk Stuffs, such as Indigo, Ext, Loswood, Cofkra. Kic Wood, Fustic, Ccdbeab, Cochiksal, Bi Chromatk and Prcssiate of Potash, ilADDEB, GBSEN, RE!), BLUE, YELLOW and Pcefl Akauke, all of vrhbh they guarantee to be pure and gen uine, and at the lowest price. The large number of explosions from the use constantly , . of the, o called, non-explosive burning fluid, should "warn J per Bons never to buy anything but the . o . rn Otta. which can always be found at the Dr0Q Store of Thohab, Gntnro & Lakg. The recent and sudden changes in the weather have given many per sons severe colds and bad sore throats. To all those so afflicted we would recommend Camp's Covan CcRE,one of the nicest, most effi cient, and pleasant remedies ther...

Publication Title: Fremont Weekly Journal, The
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